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Broad U-shaped valleys, morainal topography, and braided stream channels show evidence of glaciation.
Irregular till plains, end moraines, kettles, and drumlins are common, and wetlands are found throughout the region, especially along end morainal ridges.
The youthful morainal landscape has significant surface irregularity and high concentrations of wetlands.
The Mid-Elevation Uinta Mountains ecoregion is characterized by forested, glaciated mountains with extensive morainal deposits.
The region has rolling terrain, formed from morainal deposits.
This ecoregion has a relatively homogeneous topography of level to gently rolling glacial till plains with areas of morainal hills and loess deposits.
The Northern Lakes and Forests is a region of nutrient poor glacial soils, coniferous and northern hardwood forests, undulating till plains, morainal hills, broad lacustrine basins, and extensive sandy outwash plains.
Broad till plains with thick and complex deposits of drift, paleobeach ridges, relict dunes, morainal hills, kames, drumlins, meltwater channels, and kettles occur.
On the moraines south of Devils Lake basin, favorable precipitation, aspect, and slightly higher elevations result in wooded lake margins and morainal ridges.
Drained by the Nushagak and other large rivers that flow into Bristol Bay, the lowland is dotted with morainal and thaw lakes.